If you've set up Let's Encrypt certificates in the past, you would've most likely received emails indicating that action is required in order to prevent upcoming renewals from breaking (starting Feb. 13, 2019)
Over these past couple years, I've tried a fair number of cloud server providers to get a better idea how feasible each one of them are. To be clear, we're going to cover
Premise Sometimes connections requires a password or a really long command, so by adding your public key to the server you can just do something like: ssh firstname.lastname@example.org Then
When it comes to trying new Linux distros, I find myself deleting hidden partitions from time to time. This is also useful when software tools set up your USB flash drive or SD
Ever try loading a webpage and get greeted with a DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_NXDOMAIN or ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED? This is actually a DNS issue that could be resolved on the OS side.